Women in Rail the WWI war effort

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Women in Rail the WWI war effort

Just over 100 years ago women in the capital, and around the country stepped up to work the railways for the first time.

With around 10 thousand men going off to fight in the First World War, ladies had to sawp their corsets for dungarees and join the war effort to keep the country moving.

The women who kept Britain on track are being celebrated in a new exhibition at London's own Kings Cross Station, we went to take a look.

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